disgust

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Synonyms for disgust

Synonyms for disgust

to offend the senses or feelings of

extreme repugnance excited by something offensive

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Synonyms for disgust

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Bellow would have loved teaching evaluation forms, which a colleague of mine once disgustedly set on fire in front of his class.
Only use them when we absolutely have to," growled Azaz disgustedly.
It pisses me off to see gay people come out of the closet and run to Hollywood or run to Atlanta or run to New York," he says disgustedly.
It wasn't that long ago when kindly, jolly Peggy suddenly turned into an ignorant bigot, ranted about Mark Fowler having Aids and disgustedly threw away an apple she'd bought from his stall.
While this morality was disgustedly inane for the rich and middle class, it became genocidal for the poor.
I stared disgustedly at my new stepbrother, Benny, sitting in the back seat of Dad's car.
He once disgustedly pointed to a magazine article about a company that employs 68% of its workers on a temporary basis .
They shuffle from the air-strip in pop-socks and pink training shoes, pick disgustedly around the piles of seal-blubber, shiver when the dogs set up their half-hourly racket, ask stupid questions about the drying cod-heads under the eaves and the plastic flowers on the graves, pay absurd prices for badly carved soapstone walruses, and shuffle back again.
Yet when we try to use an unfamiliar piece of software or sometimes even format a disk, we find ourselves screaming disgustedly because the computer does not understand our intentions.
Jeez, somebody ought to shut that thing off," he said disgustedly.
And it's not a question of rare instances gleaned disgustedly from a page or two of history but of thousands upon thousands of cases, occurring daily throughout Christian Europe
At one point, he disgustedly threw the ball aside behind home plate.
They exist only to make fun of the handicapped and to tell us Susan Boyle has a hairy face," he spits out disgustedly.
The girls hold forth with thesis-like musings on collectivity and collaboration; they groan disgustedly that there is nothing more boring on the face of the earth than the never-varying individual adventure with its childhood rejections and childhood longings: "Nicolas Cage, who finds his teddy bear again under the ruins of the World Trade Center
Caleb regresses to childhood, only to be thrust abruptly out of his new family when Falkland once again intrudes--at the very moment Caleb is about to explain his past with his master to Laura, she informs him disgustedly that she has just learned it all "by a mere accident" (348).